It's finally getting chilly in Virginia. The leaves are turning, football is in full swing, and pumpkins are on every doorstep. These are some of the many reasons we love autumn in Virginia. While you are decorating your home for fall, have you considered how to save some energy. Here are a few tips to drive down your costs as the chill sets in.
There are few things worse than low water pressure for your shower. If your shower is not performing up to your standards, check out these common causes for low water pressure.
Usually, your air conditioner hums along in the background and you barely notice it. But, sometimes there are some distinct noises it makes that may cause alarm. We help you figure out what those noises mean and if they indicate there is an issue with your air conditioning unit.
Did you know it’s actually more efficient to turn your thermostat up a few degrees when it’s sweltering outside?
This may sound counter-intuitive, but increasing the temperature in your home, even by one degree, has its benefits.
It is hot in Virginia! Is your home feeling the heat? If you need to cool down quickly, check out these tips from the G-Man.
Spring has sprung and so have allergens…
Did you know? Air pollution inside your home is often worse than the air outside of it?
While plumbing issues can often be quickly repaired by you, the homeowner, sometimes the job is simply too big. You can certainly DIY small issues, but when should you throw in the towel and call a professional? Here are 5 signs it's time to call a plumber:
In the world we live in today, we buy a lot of expensive things to keep ourselves comfortable. One of the costliest items is a new HVAC system. When homeowners make the decision to purchase a new HVAC system for their home, they want it to remain in the best working condition for as long as possible.
You know that routine maintenance for your HVAC system is important, but do you know what your technician should be inspecting?
The cold weather can cause so many home problems, including frozen pipes. Frozen pipes can lead to bursting and cause serious home damage. Follow these steps to winterize your pipes to avoid major issues this winter.
We have had quite the rainy season in Richmond these past few months. This type of weather can put a damper on outdoor activities but offers a great opportunity for some indoor improvements. Here are 5 simple things you can do on a rainy day to improve your home.
The cool weather has arrived in Richmond! While you may not be using your heat yet, that time is just around the corner. Be sure that your system is ready with these tips from the G-Man.
Hurricane Florence is on the move this week toward Virginia. While getting water, bread and milk are important in preparing for a hurricane, there are a few other things you can do to ensure your safety and the safety of your home.
Did you know August is Water Quality Month? We often take water for granted. It simply comes out of our faucets or hose, but there are a few steps we can take to ensure good quality water in our neighborhoods.
With the summer heat in Richmond, VA you may be thinking about investing in a programmable thermostat. There are some great benefits, including: